4 skin care rules for your BEST SKIN EVER!

I have stopped wearing makeup and have started perfecting my skin care routine.

  1. Clean your skin with water. Massage your skin for blood circulation to remove tired spots and promote new skin.
  2. Use a skin moisturizer such as vaseline cocoa nut oil or Abilene for moisturizing.
  3. Nightly before showering use a treatment. Rub it into your skin at least 1 time each week. Let it set for 5 minutes then rinse.
  4. Stop wearing makeup and appreciate your own ski . Learn to love it. It will tell you what you need to do for great skin.

Also don’t forget your beauty sleep. Deep sleeping will rejuvenate you for the next day. Get your full rest. 🤩🥰😴

Black Castor Oil

Black castor oil is thick and oily. I like to massage my scalp daily, and after I ran out of my usual cocoa nut oil I decide to give it a try. I didn’t really like it at first because the oil was too thick but I soon realized that black castor oil is a good oil for natural thick hair.

The black castor oil coats the thick unmanageable hair and makes it silky to the touch. My hair is always blowdried straight then I use oil to saturate each strand and tame my wild natural hair. I found that because of the oil thickness I didn’t have to use as much of it. In fact a little went a very long way.

I bought this black castor oil from Walmart, and I have used the entire bottle on my thick hair and eyebrows. I would get my eyebrows threaded, and they were so thin Now they have fully grown back in.

I use natural oils to saturate my scalp then rub in the oil all over my body, hair skin and nails. The black castor oil is a thick oil so I found it hard to massage into my skin. Its perfect for my scalp massages. I might even do some hot oil treatments with it in the future.

Overall I prefer cocoa nut oil for my skin, and black castor oil and cocoa nut oil for taming my naturally thick hair.

Cocoa Nut Oil

Coconut oil

Cocoa nut oil is amazing! I have natural hair and dry skin. My hair gets quite tangly and hard to comb. My skin is very dry with eczema. I hard scratched sores into my skin, but it seems I have found the remedy.

Theres a 2 part step I do to manage my natural thick hair and dry eczema skin.

Step 1: Wash, condition and blow dry natural thick hair. Start with clean skin and hair.

Step 2: Keep blow dried hair /skin saturated with Cocoa nut oil.

Saturate the hair so much that you have oil left over to rub into your skin. Face neck arms and legs. Rub the cocoa nut oil all over to melt into your skin.

It should take 10-20 minutes to rub the cocoa nut oil fully into the skin.

If you have thick natural hair on your head. The same hair is all over your body. Use the natural cocoa nut oil to seep into your skin and provide you all over moisture.

How did I find coconut oil remedy?

To solve my dryness hair, skin, and nail problems.

My scalp would become very dry. Itching and I would stratch my scalp so hard I was afraid of bleeding and having head sores.

I have dry skin all over my body with eczema. I would use over the counter hydrocortisone creams to heal my itchy areas.

Then I had to idea to pour oil into my scalp. Cocoa nut oil was the only oil I loved to smell. It immediately made my head feel good. I poured on so much oil that I had a lot left over, so I started to rub it into my skin. I began to notice that areas of skin on my body that felt dry felt instantly better.

I rubbed cocoa nut oil everywhere, since I have also had eczema it relieved my skin to make it heal. Rather than use hycortisone cream which always made my skin wet and itchier.